Most diverse, least boring – the 2016 Emmys deserve awards of their own. Sure, there were the usual suspects – Game of Thrones, Veep, and the elusive Maggie Smith – but the night largely honored new and beloved talent that was adored by critics and audiences alike.

Best: Jimmy Kimmel finds Jeb!

Jeb! found a new job. Please clap#Emmys

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Best: Alan Yang’s speech about empowering Asian Americans

“There are 17 million Asian Americans in this country, and there are 17 million Italians,” Yang said in his acceptance speech for Outstanding Writing in a Comedy Series. “They have The Godfather, Goodfellas, Rocky, The Sopranos…we got Long Duk Dong, so we’ve got a long way to go.” Read more…

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